In so many places one could put your finger out the either side because of the rocks that were ever so close. What great fun it was.
Several years ago I returned with my husband and we took the ride on the steam train but this past visit in March we didn't.
The railway was the only way to get copper from the mine at Queenstown to markets. Until 1932, when a Hobart road link was completed, it was the only access through to Queenstown.
Obviously a jetty and Strahan Village across the bay.
Abandoned business below, excellent view of the bay.
Not far from the jetty we tool a walk along the path.
Couldn't get a good photo of the street in Strahan due to vehicles being in the way, the houses are sweet and it's also where you catch the boat for the Macquarie Harbour cruise.